Built for Genoa Expo '92, it is an educational, scientific and cultural centre. The average distance people usually ride in a single trip with public transit is 4 km, while 2% travel for over 12 km in a single direction.[74]. In the town of Santa Margherita Ligure the ancient abbey of Cervara is often the site of chamber music. GENOVA - È stata inaugurata oggi la nuova Casa di Quartiere 13D Certosa di Genova, il progetto nato dall’impegno sinergico del Comune di Genova e Costa Crociere Foundation a favore di una delle aree della città più colpite dal crollo del Ponte Morandi. In, Hughes Diane Owen. Minors (children ages 18 and younger) totalled only 14.12% of the population compared to pensioners who number 26.67%. The coldest temperature ever recorded was −8 °C (18 °F) on the night of February 2012; the highest temperature ever recorded during the day is 38.5 °C (101 °F) on the August 2015. Peter Paul Rubens wrote Palazzi di Genova in 1622, a book dedicated to the palaces of Genoa. it is something indescribably beautiful". This district was designed in the mid-16th century to accommodate Mannerist palaces of the city's most eminent families. Statistiche demografiche, numeri utili, CAP 29024, prefisso e PEC. A notable example the Renaissance, Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, sitting on the top of the hill of Carignano and visible from almost every part of the city. [28], Thereafter, Genovese bankers, financed many of the Spanish crown's foreign endeavors. Deeply felt is the derby called Derby della Lanterna. Eni gas e luce area clienti, servizi online e assistenza. Genoa has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa) in the Köppen climate classification, since only one summer month has less than 40 millimetres (1.57 in) of rainfall, preventing it from being classified as solely oceanic or Mediterranean, with a special note for the Genoa low. 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[39][40], Annual average relative humidity is 68%, ranging from 63% in February to 73% in May. Genoa has been the set for many films and especially for the genre called Polizieschi. The city lends its name to a particular type of a sailing boat so-called Genoa sail, in 2007 the city hosts the Tall Ships' Races. From the Old Harbour one can reach by boat other famous seaside places around Genoa such as Portofino or a little more distant, Lerici and the Cinque Terre. This compares with the Italian average of 18.06% (minors) and 19.94% (pensioners). It also provides scientific expertise and a great deal of content for AquaRing, including documents, images, academic content and interactive online courses, via its Online Resource Centre.[49]. Business History Review 62 (1988): 238–60. Sestriere ski resort in Italy. Another aspect of the traditional Genoese music is the "Nostalgic Song". A depiction of this flag is shown in the Genoese annals under the year 1227. The architect Renzo Picasso in his visionary designs reinforces this strange affinity between the two cities. PagoGenova - Application for the payment of taxes and fines for the city of Genoa. Two other important artists are Emilio Scanavino and Vanessa Beecroft. There are two major football teams in Genoa: Genoa C.F.C. The city's hilly nature has influenced its public transport. However, with the shift in world economy and trade routes to the New World and away from the Mediterranean, adding to the loss of several of its colonies, Genoa's political and economic power began a steady decline.[30]. Attiva da lunedì a venerdì dalle ore 8 alle 17. Other key ingredients are many varieties of fish as Sardines, Anchovies (see also Acciughe ripiene [it] and Acciughe sotto sale [it]), Garfish, Swordfish, Tuna, Octopus, Squid, Mussels, the Stoccafisso which means Stockfish (see also Brandacujun [it]), the Musciame and Gianchetti. The restoration of many of Genoa's churches and palaces in the 1980s and the 1990s contributed to the city's rebirth. "Secular History in Twelfth-Century Italy: Caffaro of Genoa. During its rise and its apogee, the Republic of Genoa founded colonies in many parts of the Mediterranean and Black Sea, nicknamed "la Dominante dei mari" ("the Dominant of the Seas"), leaving valuable architectural works in many locations, and also extending its direct domain in numerous territories, including Corsica (now in France), Tabarka (now in Tunisia), Chios, Samos and Mytilene (now in Greece), Gibelet (now in Lebanon), Giurgiu, Galați and Calafat (now in Romania), and Southern Crimea. The city is predominantly Roman Catholic, with small numbers of Protestants. In the 70s there were formed in Genoa numerous bands of Italian progressive rock like New Trolls, Picchio dal Pozzo, Latte e Miele, and Delirium. !#/ A piedi P. Iva: 00856930102. Web cam posizionate in punti strategici che permettono la visione in tempo reale del panorama di Genova. The main features of central Genoa include the Piazza De Ferrari, around which are the Opera and the Palace of the Doges. [21], The city's area has been inhabited since the fifth or fourth millennium BC, what makes it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. The Book of Knowledge of All Kingdoms (c. 1385) shows it, inscribed with the word iustiçia, and described as: And the lord of this place has as his ensign a white pennant with a red cross. The numerous villas and palaces of the city also have their own gardens, like Palazzo del Principe, Villa Doria, Palazzo Bianco and Palazzo Tursi, Palazzo Nicolosio Lomellino, Albertis Castle, Villa Rosazza, Villa Croce, Villa Imperiale Cattaneo, Villa Bombrini, Villa Brignole Sale Duchessa di Galliera, Villa Serra and many more.[48]. Plan your trip. "Anonymous of Genoa" was one of the first authors in Liguria and Italy who wrote verses in the Vernacular. Get Directions +39 010 1010 . 3.48) as part of the Augustean Regio IX Liguria. Other Genoese theaters are the Politeama Genovese, Teatro Stabile in Genoa, Teatro della Tosse and Teatro Gustavo Modena. Steel, once a major industry during the booming 1950s and 1960s, phased out after the late 1980s crisis, as Italy moved away from the heavy industry to pursue more technologically advanced and less polluting productions. transcription after the edition by Joaquín Rubio Tovar (2005). In 1857, debuted the work of Giuseppe Verdi entitled Simon Boccanegra inspired by the first Doge of Genoa, Simone Boccanegra. The quays of the passenger terminals extend over an area of 250,000 square metres (2,700,000 square feet), with 5 equipped berths for cruise vessels and 13 for ferries, for an annual capacity of 4 million ferry passengers, 1.5 million cars and 250,000 trucks. In 2007–2008, the University had 41,000 students and 6,540 graduates.[59]. Other notable historical churches are the Commandery of the Saint John's Order called Commenda di San Giovanni di Prèl, San Matteo, San Donato, Santa Maria di Castello, Sant'Agostino (deconsecrated since the 19th century, sometimes is used for theatrical representations), Santo Stefano, Santi Vittore e Carlo, Basilica della Santissima Annunziata del Vastato, San Pietro in Banchi, Santa Maria delle Vigne, Nostra Signora della Consolazione, San Siro, Santa Maria Maddalena [it], Santa Maria Assunta di Carignano and Chiesa del Gesù [it]. Many bigger green spaces are situated outside the centre: in the east are the Parks of Nervi (96,000 square metres or 1,030,000 square feet) overlooking the sea, in the west the beautiful gardens of Villa Durazzo Pallavicini and its Giardino botanico Clelia Durazzo Grimaldi (265,000 square metres or 2,850,000 square feet). Works of Rationalist architecture of the first half of the 20th century are Torre Piacentini and Piazza della Vittoria where Arco della Vittoria, both designed by the architect Marcello Piacentini. The traditional Nostalgic Song will have a great influence on the so-called Scuola Genovese [it] of singer-songwriters that in some cases will mix the nostalgic feeling with pop and jazz atmospheres. Control of the entire environment, including the temperature, filtration and lighting of the tanks was provided by local Automation Supplier Orsi Automazione, acquired in 2001 by Siemens. Genoa is the birthplace of Giovanni Battista Baliani and Vincentio Reinieri, of the geneticist Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, of the Nobel Prize astrophysicist Riccardo Giacconi and of the astronaut Franco Malerba. Giovanni Ruffini was another poet known for writing the libretto of the opera Don Pasquale for its composer. Trains currently pass through Corvetto station between De Ferrari and Brignole without stopping. [6], On the Gulf of Genoa in the Ligurian Sea, Genoa has historically been one of the most important ports on the Mediterranean: it is currently the busiest in Italy and in the Mediterranean Sea and twelfth-busiest in the European Union. Some reports say the navigator and explorer Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot) was also from Genoa, others say he was from Savona. Superaffitto, online due bandi per favorire il canone concordato con particolare attenzione ai giovani. Large portions of these walls remain today, and Genoa has more and longer walls than any other city in Italy. di Piacenza con 1.157 abitanti. Before actor Bartolomeo Pagano's cinema career, he was a camallo, which means stevedore, at the port of Genoa. [58] Contact Comune di Genova - Genoa Municipality on Messenger. But most of the works are kept in the Palaces like Palazzo Bianco where "Ecce Homo" by Caravaggio, "Susannah and the Elders" by Veronese, and the Garden Party in Albaro by Magnasco are kept, Palazzo Rosso with the Portrait of Anton Giulio Brignole-Sale [it] by van Dyck, Cleopatra morente [it] by Guercino and works of Dürer, Bernardo Strozzi, Mattia Preti, Veronese; Palazzo Spinola di Pellicceria where the "Portrait of Giovanni Carlo Doria on Horseback" by Rubens and Ecce Homo [it] by Antonello da Messina (see also the series of Ecce Homo by Antonello da Messina) are kept, Palazzo Tursi with the Penitent Magdalene by Canova, and Palazzo Reale which contains works of Strozzi, Gaulli, Tintoretto, van Dyck, Simon Vouet, Guercino. A possible further extension towards the eastern, densely populated boroughs was planned, but the municipal administration intends to improve the public transport by investing in new tram lines instead of completing the extension of the light metro. The production of Genoese lace was also notable. Some songs about the city of Genoa are part of Italian popular culture, like "Via del Campo" and "La Città Vecchia" by Fabrizio de André, "Genova per noi" by Paolo Conte, "La Casa in Via del Campo" the song also sung by Amalia Rodrigues and "Piazza Alimonda" the song about the facts of Genoa 2001 by Francesco Guccini. The largest immigrant group is from the Americas (mostly Ecuador): 2.76%, other European nations (mostly Albania, Ukraine, the former Yugoslavia and Romania): 1.37%, and North Africa: 0.62%. L'obbligo di pubblicazione dei bandi di gara è … Genoa (/ ˈ dʒ ɛ n oʊ ə / JEN-oh-ə; Italian: Genova [ˈdʒɛːnova] (); Ligurian: Zêna; English, historically, and Latin: Genua) is the capital of the Italian region of Liguria and the sixth-largest city in Italy.In 2015, 594,733 people lived within the city's administrative limits. The symbols of the city are the Lanterna (the lighthouse) (117 metres (384 feet) high), old and standing lighthouse visible in the distance from the sea (beyond 30 kilometres (19 miles)), and the monumental fountain of Piazza De Ferrari, recently restored, out-and-out core of the city's life. [37], Sunshine hours total above 2,200 per year, from an average 4 hours of sunshine duration per day in winter to average 9 hours in summer. Near Genoa is found the Shrine of Nostra Signora della Guardia, (the sanctuary is said to have inspired the writer Umberto Eco in making his novel The Name of the Rose). Nervi offers many attractions: the promenade overlooking the sea called Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi [it]; parks covered with lush tropical vegetation; numerous villas and palaces open to the public that now house museums (like GAM-Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Raccolte Frugone Museum, Museo Giannettino Luxoro and Wolfsoniana). This church is of artistic mention in that the tile depictions of the Via Crucis Stations along the brick path to the church. Portale del Comune di Genova. Per maggiori informazioni consulta la nostra policy sui cookie. The Genoa metropolitan area had a GDP amounting to $30.1 billion in 2011, or $33,003 per capita.[53]. The city of Genoa covers an area of 243 square kilometres (94 sq mi) between the Ligurian Sea and the Apennine Mountains. Attenzione I servizi demografici vengono erogati negli uffici centrali di Corso Torino e presso gli uffici decentrati sul territorio elencati a fondo pagina. In his Golden Legend, the Archbishop of Genoa, Jacobus de Voragine relates the history of the Holy Grail. Create an account or log into Facebook. The famed architect Galeazzo Alessi (1512–1572) designed many of the city's splendid palazzi, and Bartolomeo Bianco (1590–1657) designed the centrepieces of the University of Genoa. The city has numerous music festivals, among which are Concerts at San Fruttuoso abbey, Premio Paganini, I Concerti di San Torpete, International Music Festival Genova, We Love Jazz, Gezmatz Festival & Workshop, and Goa-Boa Festival. [3] As of the 2011 Italian census, the Province of Genoa, which in 2015 became the Metropolitan City of Genoa,[4] had 855,834 resident persons. Piano also designed the subway stations and, in the hills area, the construction – in collaboration with UNESCO – of Punta Nave, base of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Whilst the patrician palaces and villas in the city were and still are austere and majestic, the interiors tended to be luxurious and elaborate, often full of tapestries, many of which were Flemish. San Lorenzo cathedral has a splendid portal and the dome designed by Galeazzo Alessi. Another typical wind blows from southeast, mostly as a consequence of Atlantic disturbances and storms, bringing humid and warmer air from the sea. Genovese sauce instead is the contribution of Genoa to the Neapolitan cuisine. The city hosted the FIFA World Cup in 1934 and 1990, in 1988 the European Karate Championships and in 1992 the European Athletics Indoor Championships. Another interesting church in the neighborhoods of Genoa is San Siro di Struppa. The metro line was extended to Brignole Station in December 2012. Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. This website has a Google PageRank of 6 out of 10. Join Facebook to connect with Nello Marchionne and others you may know. The airport is currently operated by Aeroporto di Genova S.P.A., which has recently upgraded the airport complex, that now connects Genoa with several daily flights to Rome, Naples, Paris, London, Madrid and Munich. U.C. Popular sauces of Genoese cuisine include Pesto sauce, garlic sauce called Agliata, "Walnut Sauce" called Salsa di noci [it], Green sauce, Pesto di fave [it], Pasta d'acciughe and the meat sauce called U Toccu [it]. In 1846 the city hosted the eighth Meeting of Italian Scientists and in 1902 Luigi Carnera discovered an asteroid and called it "485 Genua", dedicating it to the Latin name of Genoa. Some fortresses stand along the perimeter of the "New Walls" or close them. "Urban Growth and Family Structure in Medieval Genoa. To animate the Genoese literary environment of the 16th century were Gabriello Chiabrera and "Ansaldo Cebà", the latter best known for his correspondence with Sara Copia Sullam. [76] Liguria wine such as Pigato, Riviera Ligure di Ponente Vermentino [it], Sciacchetrà [it], Rossese di Dolceacqua and Ciliegiolo del Tigullio [it] are popular. The Genoese dialect (Zeneize) is the most important dialect of the Ligurian language, and is commonly spoken in Genoa alongside Italian. See traffic statistics for more information.. Le Regioni confinanti sono il Piemonte e l'Emilia Romagna attraverso le province di Parma, Piacenza ed Alessandria. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. [46] In its heyday the Genoese Navy was a prominent power in the Mediterranean. Giovine Orchestra Genovese, one of the oldest concert societies in Italy, was founded in Genoa in 1912. The famous humanist author, architect, poet and philosopher Leon Battista Alberti was born in Genoa on 14 February 1404. The city of Genoa has been an inspiration to many writers and poets among which: Dino Campana, Camillo Sbarbaro [it], Gaspare Invrea [it] who wrote "The mouth of the wolf" and Giorgio Caproni. So the Ligurian industry has turned towards a widely diversified range of high-quality and high-tech products (food, shipbuilding (in Sestri Ponente and in metropolitan area – Sestri Levante), electrical engineering and electronics, petrochemicals, aerospace etc.). Much of the city's art is found in its churches and palaces, where there are numerous Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo frescos. La tua risoluzione corrente è di 800*600. Originating in Genoa is Pandolce that gave rise to Genoa cake. Community See All. Steven A. Epstein; "Business Cycles and the Sense of Time in Medieval Genoa." The current building is an 18th-century reconstruction of the original which was destroyed by the French naval bombing of 1684. The Bank of Saint George, founded in 1407, is the oldest known state deposit bank in the world and has played an important role in the city's prosperity since the middle of the 15th century.[13][14]. The main city walls are known as "Ninth century walls", "Barbarossa Walls" (12th century), "Fourteenth century walls", "Sixteenth century walls" and "New Walls" ("Mura Nuove" in Italian). Gli operatori volontari di servizio civile universale attualmente impegnati nell’ambito del progetto “Monitor 7018”, attuato nel Comune di Galatina, porteranno avanti, per tutta la durata del loro periodo di servizio, l’azione intitolata “Comunicazione a caldo” in modalità on line anziché in presenza. [7][8], Genoa was the capital of one of the most powerful maritime republics for over seven centuries, from the 11th century to 1797. The more imposing walls, built in the first half of the 17th century on the ridge of hills around the city, have a length of almost 20 km (12 mi). Portale del Comune di Genova. Very important and renowned is the Istituto Giannina Gaslini. Eni gas e luce, offerte gas e luce Eni per la casa e il business, tariffe gas e luce e attivazione fornitura luce e gas Eni per casa e imprese. Sampdoria has won one Italian championship (1990–91 Serie A), 4 Coppa Italia, 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1989–90) and 1 Supercoppa Italiana. Ligurian agriculture has increased its specialisation pattern in high-quality products (flowers, wine, olive oil) and has thus managed to maintain the gross value-added per worker at a level much higher than the national average (the difference was about 42% in 1999). Per eventuali segnalazioni potete contattare il comune via email all'indirizzo helpservizionline@comune.genova.it. The city is served by two funicular railways (the Zecca–Righi funicular, the Sant'Anna funicular), the Quezzi inclined elevator, the Principe–Granarolo rack railway, and ten public lifts. [45] The city is spread out geographically along a section of the Liguria coast, which makes trading by ship possible. We have also remember the dialet poet Edoardo Firpo [it], the dialect "poeta crepuscolare" Giambattista Vigo, and the symbolist Ceccardo Roccatagliata Ceccardi [it]. Other notable architectural works include: the Old Harbour's new design with the Aquarium, the Bigo [it] and the Biosfera [it] by Renzo Piano, the Palasport di Genova, the Matitone skyscraper, and the Padiglione B of Genoa Fair [it], by Jean Nouvel. Novità, informazioni e servizi al cittadino. Comune.genova.it Website Analysis (Review) Comune.genova.it has 3,536 daily visitors and has the potential to earn up to 424 USD per month by showing ads. [9] Particularly from the 12th century to the 15th century, the city played a leading role in the commercial trade in Europe, becoming one of the largest naval powers of the continent and considered among the wealthiest cities in the world. The city is rich in testimony of the Gothic Revival like Albertis Castle, Castello Bruzzo [it], Villa Canali Gaslini [it] and Mackenzie Castle designed by the architect Gino Coppedè. In 1967 the Genoese historian, critic and curator Germano Celant coined the term Arte Povera. Scopri di più In Genoa there are many food markets in typical nineteenth-century iron structures as Mercato del Ferro, Mercato Dinegro, Mercato di Via Prè, Mercato di piazza Sarzano, Mercato del Carmine, Mercato della Foce, Mercato Romagnosi. "I have been unable to find any solid ground for the common belief that the cross of St George was introduced as the national emblem of England by Richard I, and am of opinion that it did not begin to attain that position until the first years of the reign of Edward I." The historial center, also known as old town, of Genoa is one of the largest and most-densely populated in Europe. The Genoese tradition includes many varieties of pasta as Trenette, Corzetti, Trofie, Pansoti [it], Croxetti , gnocchi and also: Farinata, Panissa [it] and Cuculli [it]. The central research labs and headquarters are located in Morego, in the neighbourhood of Bolzaneto.[60]. Book an hotel and find all information on accommodation, restaurants, places to see, events and activities. This value is an average between the northern half of Europe and North Africa.[38]. The city was the birthplace of several popes (Innocent IV, Adrian V, Innocent VIII, and Benedict XV) and various saints (Syrus of Genoa, Romulus of Genoa, Catherine of Genoa, and Virginia Centurione Bracelli). The principal authors and singers of the Nostalgic Song in Genoese dialect are Mario Cappello [it] who wrote the piece "Ma se ghe penso" (English: "But if I think about it"), a memory of Genoa by an emigrant to Argentina, Giuseppe Marzari [it], Agostino Dodero [it] up to I Trilli [it], Piero Parodi [it], Buby Senarega [it], Franca Lai [it]. [10][11] It was also nicknamed la Superba ("the proud one") by Petrarch due to its glories on the seas and impressive landmarks. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. As the Genoa harbour was so important to the merchants for their own economic success, other nearby harbours and ports were seen as competition for a landing point for foreign traders. "Kinsmen and Neighbors in Medieval Genoa." Annually, the average 2.9 of nights recorded temperatures of ≤0 °C (32 °F) (mainly in January). 10% of public transit riders ride for more than 2 hours every day. The main motorway is located along the coastline, connecting the main ports of Nice (in France), Savona, Genoa and La Spezia. Comune di Genova - Palazzo Tursi - Via Garibaldi 9 - 16124 Genova | Centralino 010.557111 Questo sito è ottimizzato per Firefox, Chrome, Safari e versioni di Internet Explorer successive alla 8 Autenticazione con SPID e con CIE ai servizionline . Genoa's historic centre is articulated in a maze of squares and narrow caruggi (typical Genoese alleys). About See All. It explained that in Genoa Marco Polo and Rustichello da Pisa, in the prisons of Palazzo San Giorgio, wrote The Travels of Marco Polo. Corso Italia runs for 2.5 km (1.6 mi) in the quartiere of Albaro, linking two neighbourhoods of Foce and Boccadasse. Ferriere è un comune dell'Emilia-Romagna in prov. 5,837 check-ins. The football section of the club was founded in 1893 by James Richardson Spensley, an English doctor. Other musicians, composers and arrangers are Angelo Francesco Lavagnino, Gian Piero Reverberi, Gian Franco Reverberi, Oscar Prudente, Pivio and Aldo De Scalzi. [45] This action was taken to preserve the economic stability and wealth of the city during the rise in prominence of Savona. Felice Romani was a poet who wrote many librettos for the opera composers like Gaetano Donizetti and Vincenzo Bellini. She is portrayed in The Birth of Venus and Primavera by Sandro Botticelli and in Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci by Piero di Cosimo. Dutch writer Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer wrote "La Superba", a novel in which Genoa is prominently featured. The main landmarks are the small lighthouse of Punta Vagno, the San Giuliano Abbey, and the Lido of Albaro. The regained pride gave back to the city the consciousness of being capable of looking to the future without forgetting its past. ,EINFORMAZIONICONTENUTE INQUESTABROCHURESONO 3NLL@QHN SUSCETTIBILIDIMODI¾CHE 2%#!23 In auto In cam In auto In tren In barc Trasfer 30/34!23)!-/. Genoese Crusaders brought home a green glass goblet from the Levant, which the Genoese have long regarded as the Holy Grail. Very used in Genoa is the cobblestone called Risseu and a kind of azulejo called laggioni. The patron saint of Genoa was Saint Lawrence until at least 958, but the Genoese transferred their allegiance to Saint George (and Saint John the Baptist) at some point during the 11th or 12th century, most likely with the rising popularity of the military saint during the Crusades. [16][17] A number of leading Italian companies are based in the city, including Fincantieri, Selex ES,[18] Ansaldo Energia,[19] Ansaldo STS, Edoardo Raffinerie Garrone, Piaggio Aerospace, Mediterranean Shipping Company and Costa Cruises. In the first half of the 20th century, the Mazzini Gallery's was a meeting place of many artists, writers and intellectuals among which Guido Gozzano, Salvatore Quasimodo, Camillo Sbarbaro, Francesco Messina, Pierangelo Baratono [it], Eugenio Montale.

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